STANFORD, Calif. -- Washington State point guard Reggie Moore has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested on marijuana-related charges last week, a team spokesperson said Saturday before the Cougars play Stanford.
Moore has played in three games since his arrest, and Washington State coach Ken Bone is making his decision now after gathering information and confirming details of the incident, according to the spokesperson. The situation will be reevaluated again next week.
Bone said in a statement earlier this month that he learned of the incident Dec. 12 and would take further action if necessary.
Moore has averaged 8.8 points and 4.1 assists since returning from an early-season wrist injury.